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Are you intend to issue below invoice? Please share the signed copy on the data server for use.

Is "Are" correct?

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Rita NganAre Do you intend to issue below the invoice below?

the above invoice [ correct]

the invoice above [ correct]

the invoice below [ correct]

the below invoice [ incorrect]

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Rita NganIs "Are" correct? Are you intend to ...?

No. In questions,
use a form of do before the plain form of the verb, and
use a form of be before the -ing form of the verb.

Do you intend ...?
Are you intending ...?
Do you find that ...?
Are you finding that ...?
Does he go there?
Is he going there?
Did they try to ...?
Were they trying to ...?

CJ

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Rita NganIs "Are" correct?

No.

Do you intend to issue the below invoice?

Because "intend" is a verb, so it begins with a model?

Rita NganBecause "intend" is a verb, so it begins with a model?

We use "do" verb as an auxiliary verb to form questions in present simple.

This is not the case when there is be verb.

She is in London?

Where is she?

My parents are in the living room.

Where are your parents?

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vsureshShe is in London?

She is in London.

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